Germany and Italy to eat up all spare non-ETS emissions allocations by 2030 -report

Published 13:33 on June 20, 2024  /  Last updated at 13:33 on June 20, 2024  / Emanuela Barbiroglio /  EMEA, EU ETS

Germany and Italy are on course to miss their climate goals in sectors excluded from the EU ETS, by such a large gap that they would eat up the entire available surplus of annual emissions allocations (AEAs) left for other countries, according to a report released on Thursday.
Germany and Italy are on course to miss their climate goals in sectors excluded from the EU ETS, by such a large gap that they would eat up the entire available surplus of annual emissions allocations (AEAs) left for other countries, according to a report released on Thursday.


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